Jennifer Lawrence at The Hunger Games Premiere
Along with the rest of the world, I am developing a complete girlcrush on Jennifer Lawrence. Therefore, when her first Hunger Games red carpet appearance coincided with some beautiful makeup artistry, it screamed “TUTORIAL!” to me. Naturally.

Take a look below if you want to get the Jennifer Lawrence Hunger Games premiere look (and see the interpretation on me)! View Post

Arizona Muse Patrick Demarchelier
The flawless “Let’s Dance” fashion story by Patrick Demarchelier has made it into this month’s Vogue India. The shoot – featuring girlcrush Arizona Muse – was previously published in the June edition of British Vogue. The high fashion pieces from the likes of Dior, Alexis Mabille Couture, Atelier Versace, Chanel, Giorgio Armani Prive, Valentino Haute Couture and Gaultier Couture come from the styling genius of Lucinda Chambers, with Val Garland on make-up and Sam McKnight on hair. The versatility here has a license to kill. View Post

Sasha Luss LOfficiel
How brilliant is Sasha Luss in this spread (titled “Крылья, бренды, и хвосты”…don’t ask me) from the June 2011 issue of Central Asia’s L’Officiel. She is absolute a face to watch, and is expertly complimented by the photography of Alikhan (why don’t we see more of Alikhan?!) and styling of Anna Burmistrova. I’m getting major hair inspiration, guys…major. View Post

Arizona Muse Live Bed Show
My girlcrush of the year (Arizona Muse) took the magazine of the year (Love) to bed. Captured through the lens of Willy Vanderperre, “Live Bed Show” in Love #5 took Olivier Rizzo‘s styling genius to the front lines. The beauty is invincible. View Post

Constance Jablonski Alex Cayley
Hola, bonita. Constance Jablonski is simply smoking on the cover of Vogue España for their February 2011 issue. This shot by Alex Cayley has sparked a girlcrush.